Thriving networking group bringing Rockingham businesses together


RBS Breakfast Club members at one of their meetings.
RBS Breakfast Club members at one of their meetings.

NETWORKING groups are thriving in Rockingham.

The proliferation of networking groups has resulted in seven groups expanding across the region.

The focus of the groups range from income and some on overall business.

They provide support, connections and encourage business among members.

The groups include Rockingham Kwinana Chamber of Commerce, BNI Coastal Business Network – Rockingham and Rotary in Rockingham has launched a subdivision for business networking.

RBS Breakfast Club started with 12 members four years ago.

There are now 52 members who meet every fortnight.

Owner Sharyn McCaskey said the goal was to refer work to each other.

“We have doctors, lawyers, builders, financial planners, social media managers, a pastor, an electrician, a plumber and more so much more,” she said.

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